Sensitive Teeth - How to get rid of it?

@endou100 (104)
June 10, 2017 1:36am CST
Okay, I wasn't having them, but now I am having them. I wonder what's the reason but its too irritating. Even when I drink cold water its quite paining. Not actually paining but I can't describe here what it is and what it feels like. I can resist ice creams temporary, but I surely can't avoid cold water. Do anyone know the trick? Or its time for me to visit dentist.
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
10 Jun 17
You could use toothbrush for sensitive teeth. Also dental water for sensitive teeth. And toothpaste for sensitive teeth. And also you should visit a dentist.
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
Dental water!? I guess I have heard about them. Are they available for this problem? I should try them.
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@WriterAI (5238)
• Bulgaria
10 Jun 17
@endou100 Yes, they are available at the pharmacy. Ask there.
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@xstitcher (12488)
• Petaluma, California
11 Jun 17
@endou100 Dental water? I've never heard of such a thing.
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• India
10 Jun 17
Better you consult a good doctor and get rid of the teeth. So you will get relief and can enjoy your favorite foods. Enjoy
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
Get rid of the teeth. Isn't there any other solution?! I don't want to lose any.
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• India
10 Jun 17
@endou100 yea there is anyhow you have to consult a good doctor. They will suggest you some good toothpaste which is good for your problem
@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
@sunilparthan Yes, I can try with toothpaste. Thanks. I guess I can get it directly from medical. So I will try it before going for doctor directly.
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• United States
10 Jun 17
I don't know if it is available there but I use Crest liquid teeth whitener. It has peroxide in it. Rinse with that and then Listerine mouthwash..it helps sooth sensitivities.
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
I have heard about it, and I guess it is available. I will surely try it as soon as possible. thanks.
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• United States
10 Jun 17
@endou100 If not that, then the other thing I use is organic apple cider vinegar diluted in water and gargle with it, swish it around the mouth and teeth and gums..cleans and disinfects and helps soothe the sensitivities also.
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@endou100 (104)
11 Jun 17
@TiarasOceanView Thanks for the tip. I will look at it too.
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@manikarnika (2530)
• India
12 Jun 17
Yeah...For sensitive teeth, you should avoid acidic foods and drinks like soda,sticky candy...Instead, we can take Fiber-rich fruits and vegetables,Cheese,Milk and Plain yogurt.Also don’t brush too hard.In our country we use Sensoform toothpaste.If it is available in your place, try it for two to three days whether it suits you...Hope this helps
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@endou100 (104)
12 Jun 17
Yes it is helpful. Thanks. But it only hurts when I have something cold.
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• India
12 Jun 17
@endou100 yeah...Mostly cold substance is not good for health too.I also avoid Cold water if l get pain
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@endou100 (104)
12 Jun 17
@manikarnika I can't avoid, but I have to as its problem going on right now.
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10 Jun 17
Try clove. Keep a clove above the painful tooth and give light pressure by biting. Don't bite too hard it will further increase the pain. Your pain will gradually subside and go away. you can try applying clove oil too, if it is locally available. But if the pain doesn't subside or go away, it is necessary that you see the dentist, as the issue may be too serious...
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
I wonder if it is available here. Though it sounds interesting. I will try it. Will it go away by one time only, or I need to keep continue the process for more days?
10 Jun 17
@endou100 if by first time the pain subsides, then need to apply repeatedly for 2 or 3 days.
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@endou100 (104)
11 Jun 17
@Margaret29 Got it.
@Nawsheen (22958)
• Mauritius
10 Jun 17
There is a toothpaste 'Elmex Sensitive' designed for sensitive teeth. Maybe you must try it
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@endou100 (104)
11 Jun 17
Thanks I will try, though right now I am feeling good.
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@Nawsheen (22958)
• Mauritius
11 Jun 17
@endou100 glad to hear that you are okay
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10 Jun 17
hi you should try Patanjali toothpaste,it is the best for it i use it
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@endou100 (104)
11 Jun 17
Patanjali. I am hearing it first time.
12 Jun 17
@endou100 i mean dantkanti
@annierose (18021)
• Philippines
10 Jun 17
I think you should visit a dentist to see it. Once you see a dentist, you can solve that problem and you can spend your day with no pains.
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
Yes that is the only option in the end I guess. Thanks.
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@annierose (18021)
• Philippines
10 Jun 17
@endou100 You are welcome.
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@Lolaze (3164)
• United States
11 Jun 17
Sensodine toothpaste is worth a try. If not, I say time to visit the dentist.
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@endou100 (104)
11 Jun 17
Thanks. I will try before going for dentist.
@mandala100 (50502)
• Hong Kong
10 Jun 17
Nothing wrong visiting your dentist under the current situation. Your dentist is the most competent person to give you the proper advise about this matter.
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@endou100 (104)
11 Jun 17
thanks. I will try with toothpaste first, then in the end there is no choice.
@ilocosboy (37348)
• Philippines
10 Jun 17
There is a toothpaste for extra sensitive teeth, maybe you can try rhis.
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
Yes I will try them now.
@youless (93655)
• Guangzhou, China
10 Jun 17
I know there are some toothpastes to deal with the sensitive teeth but I don't know how effective them are. It is still better to go to see a dentist.
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
I have heard about them too, but so far no experience. I guess I should try them before going for dentist. Thanks.
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@nomus24g (24910)
• India
10 Jun 17
that's painful...
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@endou100 (104)
10 Jun 17
Yes quite.
@vsai2008 (9857)
• India
12 Jun 17
Start with a sensitive tooth paste first. Brush twice daily. Dont brush vigoursly, just gentle motion. You can also use Sensigel if only 1/2 teeth are affected. If the symptoms are not reduced even after 15 days, visit a dentist.
@Shavkat (65270)
• Philippines
11 Jun 17
I think it is best to consult a dentist, my friend.